David Garner

David Garner

Christopher David "Dave" Garner FRSC FRS (b. 9 November 1941) is a retired British chemist, whose research work was in the growing field of Biological Inorganic Chemistry. His research primarily focussed on the role of transition metal elements in biological processes, for which he published over 400 original papers and reviews on the topic. His specific interests lie in the roles of Molybdenum and Tungsten as the metal centres in various enzyme cofactors based on the molybdopterin molecule.

As well as his research work, Garner has also been a very prominent member of the Royal Society of Chemistry, for which he has been a member of the council for many years and served as President from 2008 to 2010.

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... Garner was born to Chrystabel and Richard Norman Garner in 1941 ... Garner has two children with his wife, Pamela, whom he met at the University of Nottingham ...

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